Curry Aliciakeyes

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Curry Aliciakeyes is a pitcher for the Yellowstone Magic, and has been with the team since Season β1.

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Aliciakeyes joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Yellowstone Magic with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Season β5 elections, Aliciakeyes' baserunning fell half a star as a part of the Charleston Shoe Thieves' Bad Neighbors blessing.

On Season β7, Day 38, Aliciakeyes siphoned some of Cornelius Games's pitching ability.

On Season β8, Day 23, Aliciakeyes siphoned some of Fletcher Yamamoto's pitching ability.

During the Coffee Cup, Aliciakeyes played for Macchiato City as a pitcher.

During the Season β12 earlsiesta, Aliciakeyes gained the Over Under modification as part of the Seasonal Reading.

During the Season β21 elections, Aliciakeyes gained the Negative modification as a result of the Immovable Object blessing.

During the Season β22 elections, Aliciakeyes lost the Negative modification as a result of the Roster Flip blessing.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

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Curry Aliciakeys is a nasty, purple little imp who loves to cause mischief. Curry Aliciakeys is also a teenage maintenance worker at the Yellowstone National Park Stadium. Collectively, these two individuals make up the star pitcher of the Yellowstone Magic.

This may be a little confusing. Allow me to explain.

The only thing that the imp known as Curry loved more than mayhem was blaseball, the greatest splort known to man and demon alike. They would sit in the stands during every game, their little paws itching to throw a ball or wield a bat. But alas, their hands were too tiny to do either. They resigned themself to haunting the stadium like a poltergeist, throwing hot dogs on the ground and upending barrels of peanuts.

Then one day, during a particularly boring game, their attention drifted from the game to the aisle, where they noticed a spotty teenager leaning on a mop, looking wistfully at the field. Curry recognized that look. It was the same look they had on their own face, day after day. This yearning was something they surely shared: a yearning for the triumphs and defeats, the epic highs and lows of major league blaseball.

A brief conversation with the child confirmed Curry’s suspicions. By sheer coincidence - or perhaps fate? - her name was also Curry Aliciakeys. She had been working at Yellowstone Stadium during weekends and holidays for a few years now. Curry, the human, longed to play blaseball like the champions she watched in the field, but she simply lacked the skill, the will, the nerve. Curry, the imp, explained that they had the exact opposite problem - they had been studying the theory of blaseball for years, and were sure that they could wipe the floor with the competition, if only they had a human body.

The solution was obvious. Curry (the imp) possessed the body of Curry (the human teenager), and after a rousing training montage, they showed up to a Magic tryout and dazzled talent scouts with their combined skills. Curry and Curry mostly lead independent lives, joining their consciousnesses only for Magic practices and games, but are very close friends. When Curry goes off to college, she plans to split a small apartment with Curry. They have movie nights sometimes, it’s very rad.

Curry the imp has a side-hustle where they possess willing peoples’ bodies and take them on high-octane fitness routines while their consciousnesses take a nap or think about TV. Curry the human is a senior in high school, currently studying for the SLAT, and is working in a movie theater when she and the other Curry aren’t training with the Magic. As of season 8, Curry are by far the greatest pitcher on the team.

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